|What is your most memorable childhood experience?
|My most memorable childhood experience occurred when I was five years old. While at the mall with my family, I carried around a ball as big as me. My mother told me she would buy it for me but I had to promise to carry it. I learned two important things. First, I learned to follow through on promises and second, that I could do anything when I put my mind to it.
|What immediate family member do you closely identify with and why?
|I identify the most with my brother because we have the same interest in activities and subjects.
|What character traits do you admire in an individual?
|When it comes to admiring another person, I look for trusting, loving and caring characteristics as well as their level of determination.
|What is the funniest thing ever to happen to you?
|The funniest thing that has ever happened to me was when I was stuck on the roof of my house. My girlfriend was on the way to visit, but I could not get down so my mother had to help. When I got down, I realized that I was only a couple feet off the ground.
|If time and money were not an issue, where would you travel and why?
|I would try to travel everywhere, but the first place would be Bangladesh since that is where my father was born.
|When and if you ever have children, what would you like to pass on to them?
|I would like to pass on to my children the ability to work hard, but not be a fool and to know that they could achieve anything if they want it bad enough.